in brief…

April 2008
Farmers Weekly;4/25/2008, p33
Trade Publication
The article offers news briefs related to agriculture in Great Britain. Preparations for the 2008 Grassland and Muck event at the Stoneleigh Park are pressing ahead with the site recently receiving fertiliser applications tailored to its nutrient needs. The latest report into the Institute of Animal Health at Pirbright suggested that the site be redeveloped as a national centre for animal viral disease. The Cumbria Hay Meadows Project will allow Cumbria farmers to able to upgrade meadowland in Environmentally Sensitive Areas (ESA).


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